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Name: PERTINENCE
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 16/09/1958
Completed: 26/11/1958
Builder: Clelands (Successors) Ltd
Yard: Willington Quay
Yard Number: 225
Dimensions: 868grt, 445nrt, 1130dwt, 58.88 x 9.61 x 3.84metres
Engines: Oil engine, 2SA, 5cyl (320 x 426mm), 700bhp;
(1974: Oil engine, 4SA, 5cyl (250 x 300mm), 810bhp)
Engines by: Newbury Diesel Co Ltd, Newbury;
(1974: British Polar Engines Ltd, Glasgow)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 300551
History:
11/1958 London & Rochester Trading Co Ltd, Rochester
02/1979 Naviera Caroline SA (JH Ramagge), Panama; renamed CAROLINE
1980 Civmec (Heathfield) Ltd, Annan; renamed WATERFOOT
1982 Renamed CAROLINE
1992 Deleted
Comments: 1974: Re-engined with a British Polar engine
1993: Deleted from Lloyd's Register as 'existence in doubt'


Above photo as PERTINENCE is courtesy of Photoship

Above photo as PERTINENCE is courtesy of Photoship

Above photo as PERTINENCE is copyright of Charlie Hill

Above photo as PERTINENCE is copyright of Mike Nash

Above photo as CAROLINE is courtesy of Photoship